Fenland kickboxers enjoy impressive medal haul at WKKC National Championships

12:36 15 April 2014

Fenland kickboxers with their medals.

Fenland kickboxers with their medals.

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Five Fenland kickboxers competed in the WKKC National Championships in Birmingham ... and all returned with medals.

Eddy Paddock picked up two golds and a silver, while Jaden Harris won gold and two bronzes and Freya Molloy claimed a gold and a silver.

Chelsea Munday won a silver and bronze and Leon Gold picked up a bronze.

Peterborough BCKA senior executive instructor Andy Whitwell said: “All BCKA fighters were on fire and we dominated many categories.

“All our fighters are now getting ready for the National Championships on May 24 and the Norfolk Open on May 25. It will be a great weekend of competition.”

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